Hasht Behesht Apart. Hotel
Travel Blogs from Esfahan
... a dam has taken all the water away in recent years! We strolled across & back with promenading locals & then underneath to see if we could find singers & musicians, hookah smokers or tentative liaisons between young couples (all of these have to keep a lookout for the ever present Social Police whose mandate is to stamp down on such illicit activities). Naser then told me of his own past brushes with the Social ...
... We sat on his small stock of rugs while the air con unit blew violently blowing over empty cups. The ladies were allowed to take off their Hijab's. Sayeed and his companion also ate in secret and explained that Esfahan is the most fanatical town so getting food during the day in Ramadan was difficult as he munched on some more. It was too hot to take in anymore culture so we rested before a pizza super and another sweaty nights ...
... the continuing effects of sweat treatment for weight loss??
So Steve’s early morning wakeup call was not really appreciated this morning as I didn’t get to sleep until around 3pm unlike him, the noise and heat just didn’t seem to worry him at all. But when I did wake up I am not sure what was worse, me wet from sweat or the bed from soaking it all up, gross. Down for an odd blend of breakfast which was flat ...
... us. We cut the melon we bought earlier and ate all
the pistachios and apricots we had left. We also used our gas cooker to make some
tea but while boiling the water it ran out of gas, so it must have been the worst
tea in their lives as the Iranians are Tea specialists.
After we packed up, we dropped them back home and rushed towards Tehran as we needed to head back there for our flight and to sort the car out.
... not wearing hijab at home. A building opposite the church, was a museum - of Armenian history such as Armenian Genocide, religion, relics, photographs and such as etc. I got interested to learn a bit about Armenian Genocide. I didn't know this. Armenian Genocide was the second biggest after Jews Holocaust. I will learn more when I visit Armenia in a couple weeks time. A world's smallest bible was on the display. About the size of SIM card. Also seen the tiniest quote on ...
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- Room service
- Free parking